Château Le Tertre Roteboeuf 2021

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CHF 179.00
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Format: 75 cl
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Château Le Tertre-Roteboeuf est un vin riche, profond et velouté permettant une longue garde en cave. Il s’agit d’un assemblage de merlot (80%) et de cabernet franc. Situé au sud de l’appellation Saint-Émilion, ce domaine à la production confidentielle est tenu par un duo père et fille, François et Nina Mitjaville.
Producteur: Château Le Tertre Roteboeuf
Région: Bordeaux
Appellation: Saint-Emilion
Millésime: 2021
Volume (en cl): 75
Couleur: Rouge
Notes de dégustation


Never one to shy away from risks, proprietor François Mitjaville opted to encourage the vintage's inherently more evolved style to arrive at its logical conclusion, so he kept his chai at a rather warm 17 degrees Celsius throughout the year. The result is a rather wild, carnal 2021 Le Tertre Roteboeuf that mingles the estate's signatures of rich dark fruits, espresso roast and exotic spices with more savory suggestions of saddle leather and smoked meats. Medium to full-bodied, broad and layered, with supple tannins and the evident ripeness that Mitjaville manages to attain, whatever the vintage, it concludes with a long, meaty finish. I tend to love Tertre Roteboeuf in cooler, more challenging vintages, but the 2021's more animal side disconcerts me. - WK 02/2024


The 2021 Tertre-Rôteboeuf is a dark, sensual wine. Deceptive in its mid-weight feel, the 2021 is wonderfully persistent and nuanced from start to finish. Kirsch, sweet spice, tobacco, mint, dried flowers, mocha, rose petal and cinnamon are all beautifully delineated. The 2021 was bottled just a few months before this tasting. My impression is that it is still recovering from bottle shock. As always, Tertre-Rôteboeuf is distinguished by its thrilling inner perfume, sweetness and overall character. - AG 12/2023


Château Le Tertre Rôteboeuf was a hot estate in the late 1980s and early 1990s but then lost some of its luster. I was lucky enough to find a bottle in Bordeaux at a small restaurant, of one of its first top vintages - 1988 - and it turned out to be a delicious bottle. It was still big and rich with lots of dried fruits and spice. Full-bodied and tannic. Shows that many of the 1988 Bordeaux are still beautiful and flavorful. - JS 05/2022